"King Kong" 1933 sequel. Produced in a rush to cash in on Kong's huge success, nevertheless it's a fun little film spiced with wry allusions to the original. Topics: movie trailers, adventures, dinosaurs, creature features, Robert Armstrong, Helen Mack
As of 12/27/11 this is the only complete print at IA. The other versions are missing ten significant minutes. Hapless reporter Joe E. Brown falls for reluctant princess Helen Mack. Romance, adventure and slapstick ensue. Paul Kelly, Harry Davenport and Halliwell Hobbes appear in supporting roles. Directed by Edward Sedgwick. Released in 1937. complete print Topics: comedies, slapstick, romance, Joe E Brown, Helen Mack
After the champion middle-weight boxer is knocked out in a scuffle with milkman Harold Lloyd, Harold gets the chance to fight the champ in the ring. Adolphe Menjou and William Gargan also appear. The IMDB entry is here. You can load the mpeg2 file into DVDAuthorGUI (a free program) and, with the push of a button, create the files needed to burn a DVD for your television. If you don't already have burning software, you can use ImgBurn (another free program). favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Harold Lloyd, William Gargan, Helen Mack, comedy, boxer, boxing, Adolphe Menjou
This print in less than perfect. However it's complete and a noticeable improvement over the existing IA copy. A mild-mannered milkman thinks he had knocked out the middle-weight champion. One of the best Harold LLoyd comedies of the sound era. Good supporting cast. Adapted from a Broadway flop by Lynn Root and Harry Clork (sic). Remade in 1946 as "The Kid From Brooklyn." Directed by Leo McCarey (& Ray McCarey uncredited). Released in 1935. Complete print. CAST NOTE Anthony... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: comedies, boxing, Harold Lloyd, Verree Teasdale, Helen Mack, Adolphe Menjou, William Gargan, George...